Malaysia Releases Satellite Data on Missing Flight 370

Data used to determine where the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ended up has just been released.

The Malaysian government released 47 pages of raw satellite data of communications between the flight, satellite and ground stations the day the plane went missing.

Officials say they used a team of international experts to analyze the data.

Their conclusion is that the missing plane crashed into the southern Indian Ocean.

But relatives of the missing passengers want more information, some are even hiring independent experts to examine how correct the data is.

The plane has been missing since March 8 along with all 239 people on board.

There are still crews out searching the ocean for any sign of the plane. Nothing has been found yet.